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« Reply #315 on: September 22, 2021, 10:37:41 am »
"team Trudeau"??? LOL! I certainly don't recall any Liberal MPs, cabinet ministers or PM Trudeau mentioning non-confidence votes as a driver behind the election call... notwithstanding that 20 number seems a tad high in relation to the requirement that only 'money bills' carry the potential for non-confidence. But really, c'mon, no matter how many there actually were, none reached an actual non-confidence status to bring the government down as either the NDP or BQ (or both) had been repeatedly propping up the government to actually avoid non-confidence. And other than a roll-call vote what "bother" is a non-confidence vote... so why even mention it? Your "team Trudeau" tag to those twitter links is hilarious! But good on ya for trotting them out - apparently you thought you found a real gem! LOL!

but thanks for highlighting this again - I've mentioned it a few times in the past: the CPC/O'Toole were not hesitant in voting non-confidence... the most recent profiled instance, as I recall, was the April budget. You know, where O'Toole was quite ready to, once again, try to bring the government down and force a, wait for it... wait for it... a $600 million dollar pandemic election! The number of times O'Toole nattered on about, "$600 million dollars in a pandemic election" was nauseating - he was like a freakin' squawking parrot, over & over & over again.

You mean twitterverse was busy spreading misinformation about why Trudeau called an election?  Say it isn't so!

say it ain't so - that was you perpetuating said twitterverse... but nice try at a deflection of you spreading bullshyte!

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« Reply #316 on: September 22, 2021, 11:05:15 am »
All the people criticizing him for his antics are people that have never voted NDP anyway and likely never would.

it was mind-numbing to hear & read NDP/Jag rattle off those lying & misinforming talking points - day after day after day! Particularly as there was no there... there! - notwithstanding the NDP "climate plan" was brutally panned by leading climate scientists and economists. The NDP isn't a serious political party... presuming to pay for its grandiose promises by making Canada's billionaires "pay their fair share"! LOL!

as for critics, I'm sort of partial to this tweet getting a lotta traction... from a current NDP riding president & former federal NDP candidate no less - "We're not a movement. We're an ad campaign." Brrrutal!



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« Reply #317 on: September 22, 2021, 05:50:08 pm »


with one of that 5% being former CPC leadership candidate and 'controversial' soCon, Leslyn Lewis!

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« Reply #318 on: September 22, 2021, 06:23:27 pm »


with one of that 5% being former CPC leadership candidate and 'controversial' soCon, Leslyn Lewis!

I counted the crackers in the Liberal Party, and it was 75%.

What number would you find acceptable Walduh?  Does 75% happen to be the ideal number?  LOL
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« Reply #319 on: September 22, 2021, 06:26:55 pm »
I counted the crackers in the Liberal Party, and it was 75%.

What number would you find acceptable Walduh?  Does 75% happen to be the ideal number?  LOL

why the perpetual snipe, hey! But hey now, thanks for coming out in your acceptance of that CPC 95% Big Tent! LOL!

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« Reply #320 on: September 22, 2021, 08:41:53 pm »
why the perpetual snipe, hey! But hey now, thanks for coming out in your acceptance of that CPC 95% Big Tent! LOL!

What’s your ideal percentage of crackers in a political party?   You forgot to answer.

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« Reply #321 on: September 22, 2021, 09:37:30 pm »


with one of that 5% being former CPC leadership candidate and 'controversial' soCon, Leslyn Lewis!

They picked up virtually no seats in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver etc.  They tend to pick up seats in rural areas or the prairies.  You know, where white people live.  If you have a problem with rural white people please let us know.  If you have evidence of CPC racial bias in choosing candidates please post it.
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« Reply #322 on: September 22, 2021, 09:42:03 pm »
What’s your ideal percentage of crackers in a political party?   You forgot to answer.

Anything in the world that has more white people or men than the general census population is racist and sexist.
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« Reply #323 on: September 22, 2021, 09:55:19 pm »
Anything in the world that has more white people or men than the general census population is racist and sexist.

And the reverse is never a problem.

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« Reply #324 on: September 23, 2021, 12:24:14 am »
guys, guys... clearly I've touched a nerve - but really, the waldo suggests you keep your old-stock, white-privilege powder dry! I thought perhaps that 95% white figure for the next 44th Parliament CPC caucus might just be a one-off anomaly; however, your reactions suggest you're reinforcing a deeper ingrained facet of c/Conservatism. By the by, which of you has snitch line duty tonight?


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« Reply #325 on: September 23, 2021, 12:41:07 am »
say it ain't so - that was you perpetuating said twitterverse... but nice try at a deflection of you spreading bullshyte!

You asked for just ONE ACCOUNT on twitter saying there were 20 non-confidence votes.  I gave you plenty.  Not sure what you're yammering about here.

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« Reply #326 on: September 23, 2021, 12:47:16 am »
it was mind-numbing to hear & read NDP/Jag rattle off those lying & misinforming talking points - day after day after day! Particularly as there was no there... there! - notwithstanding the NDP "climate plan" was brutally panned by leading climate scientists and economists. The NDP isn't a serious political party... presuming to pay for its grandiose promises by making Canada's billionaires "pay their fair share"! LOL!

as for critics, I'm sort of partial to this tweet getting a lotta traction... from a current NDP riding president & former federal NDP candidate no less - "We're not a movement. We're an ad campaign."

And yet he has the highest net approval rating and Trudeau has the lowest. 

As I said before, you're comparing his performance to what was an anomaly during the 60 years since the party was incepted.  They normally get around 20% of the vote.

A lot more if your guy was one to keep election promises.

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« Reply #327 on: September 23, 2021, 01:01:00 am »
Big word on twitter has been there were 20!  Nobody can explain though what they were.
You asked for just ONE ACCOUNT on twitter saying there were 20 non-confidence votes.  I gave you plenty.  Not sure what you're yammering about here.

oh really! It was your nonsense claiming "Team Trudeau", "big word" & 20! 20 what... cause you sure didn't detail it - it took you being called out before the tweet links mentioned "non-confidence" votes! And then once I peeled back the nonsense you boldly come forward and stated the, "twitterverse was spreading misinformation"! To which I was more than agreeable to highlight it was YOU perpetuating said misinforming twitterverse! LOL!!!

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« Reply #328 on: September 23, 2021, 01:08:30 am »
oh really! It was your nonsense claiming "Team Trudeau", "big word" & 20! 20 what... cause you sure didn't detail it - it took you being called out before the tweet links mentioned "non-confidence" votes! And then once I peeled back the nonsense you boldly come forward and stated the, "twitterverse was spreading misinformation"! To which I was more than agreeable to highlight it was YOU perpetuating said misinforming twitterverse! LOL!!!

If you think 'Team Trudeau' on social only refers to actual people working for the Liberal Party of Canada, I think Gorgeous is spot on about your objective on this forum.
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« Reply #329 on: September 23, 2021, 01:16:02 am »
And yet he has the highest net approval rating and Trudeau has the lowest. 

As I said before, you're comparing his performance to what was an anomaly during the 60 years since the party was incepted.  They normally get around 20% of the vote.

what are you blathering on about? PM Trudeau has consistently led the preferred Prime Minister percentages.

in any case, whatever number you want to tag the lying/misinforming Singh with... it's too bad his kiddieCorp doesn't actually bother to vote - yes? Like I said, this current iteration of the NDP isn't a serious party. What has Singh ever done besides take credit for things the Liberals actually did/do?